Judge Jeanine Pirro tells us about a phone call she got earlier in the day from President-elect Donald Trump, thanking her and her viewers for all of their support.
She reminds her audience that she told them to strap themselves in, that we were embarking on a revolution, to which she adds, “indeed it was,” rolling a few clips to illustrate the point. She then notes how “elegant” Donald Trump was in congratulating Hillary Clinton. Some might argue wily, in disarming his opposition, as he was on his visit to the White House.
Trump said “we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country, I mean that very sincerely” a statement that could only have been made in the interest of political expediency. She also notes that he reached out to Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and John Kasich, all establishment “Republicans who worked hard against him,” as well as offering to be a president to all, even those who violently opposed him.
She notes the commentary that was directed at his supporters in which we were told we “didn’t matter, that if you supported him you were probably uneducated, small-minded and irrelevant. You were beneath them. That if you wanted closed borders, a nation-state, you weren’t Christian enough, not American enough, not big hearted enough.”
“That if you didn’t see racism in every cop who walked the beat,” says Judge Jeanine, “you probably were a racist yourself. That if you used the term “Muslim jihadist” instead of terrorist, you were an anti-religious bigot. Truth and honesty had no place in their politically correct society.”
She includes the opposition to sanctuary cities, or a dissatisfaction with Obamacare, an inability to make it on one or two jobs, as the left’s way of making us responsible for their failures. She breaks into a special segment on the corruption and dishonesty exhibited by their candidate, the one Mr. Trump was somehow able to thank without throwing up into the microphone.
But what they said didn’t matter, not only because of the insignificance of the source, but because this was a revolution. She chokes up as she finishes the Open, telling the soon to be former pretend president, Hussein Obama, “We can now proudly cling to our guns, our religion, and now our new President-elect, Donald J. Trump.